Four more fights have been released for Deep-Jewels 26 which is set for the Korakuen Hall on October 22nd. The headliner pits seasoned Japanese fighter Reina Miura against Thai novice Titapa Junsookplung.

Miura (11-3) has been with Deep-Jewels since 2016 winning eight fights out of eight for the promotion. The 23 year old is coming off a decision loss to Stephanie Egger at Rizin 17 but will be a big favourite here.

Junsookplung does not appear to have any MMA experience whatsoever going into this 63kgs catchweight contest. However she does have a background in judo and has competed at some international events.

The card will also feature Thailand’s Kaewjai Prachumwong (0-3) who lost to Rin Nakai at Deep-Jewels 24. She will be looking to score the first win of her entire career when she faces Japanese flyweight Yukari Nabe (6-3-1).

As previously announced Deep-Jewels 26 will be headlined by an atomweight title fight between champion Tomo Maesawa and challenger Emi Tomimatsu.

Deep-Jewels 26, Tokyo, October 22nd
Tomo Maesawa (c) vs. Emi Tomimatsu (For Atomweight Title)
Reina Miura vs.  Titapa Junsookplung (Catchweight)
Yukari Nabe vs. Kaewjai Prachumwong (Flyweight)
Nanaka Kawamura vs. Otoha Nagao (Catchweight)
Yasuko Tamada vs. Kotori Tamiya (Atomweight)